Graphics on STM32: tools for embedded GUI design and development
Implementing a Graphical User Interface for embedded devices is often more challenging than designing a GUI for mobile phones or desktops.
Furthermore, when creating a working GUI, there is often a disconnect between a designer's UI design, and what developers can do to bring the design to fruition. This is typically due to the design and development teams using a different set of tools, with different capabilities.
ST Authorized Partner Qt bridges that gap by allowing the designer's vision to be compatible with the development tools, creating an easy way for both teams to interact with the end-product. Qt’s framework also simplifies workflows on STM32 devices for designers & developers.
In this webinar, ST and Qt will show how to increase productivity on UI/UX projects for entry-level to high-end STM32 MCUs and MPUs.
With this session, developers and designers can:
- Discover how the STM32 Graphics Portfolio can make a difference in your GUI development
- Learn how to use the tools that will bridge the discrepancy between design and development phases
- Know how to navigate in Qt Design Studio and its features
- Learn how to build a prototype on STM32 MCUs & MPUs
- Apply visual tips & tricks for UI/UXs on different displays
After the webinar, there will be a 15-minute Q&A session where our experts will be available to answer any questions.
Corey Pendleton, Senior Pre-Sales Engineer, The Qt Company
Corey Pendleton is a Senior Solutions Engineer with The Qt Company collaborating with our customers by providing technical expertise and proof of concept using the Qt framework. With 8 years working as a software engineer in consumer electronics with Garmin International, and 4 years in automation with Siemens E&A, his experience affords him the vision to creatively and pragmatically explore the use of the Qt framework in a variety of customer use-cases.
Mike Hartmann is a Microcontroller and Microprocessor Product Marketing Engineer in ST's Americas region. He has been with ST since 2001, and previously held various marketing and engineering roles in ST's Digital Product Group and Consumer Business Unit. Prior to ST, Mike worked at several communications and digital video technology companies. He has an MBA from the University of Delaware and a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University.